The provincial governments in Canada are slowly beginning to reopen the doors to the economy. Even in these early stages, many employers are starting to make plans for reopening their own doors and considering how to do so safely.
Irrespective of government announcements, employers will need to make their own determinations as to whether and when they will reopen their physical workplaces, keeping in mind their duties to their employees and stakeholders. Having a rational and documented plan in place for reopening will be necessary to ensure a smooth transition back to work.
This guide outlines the key considerations for employers in putting together such plans. A comprehensive chart of Return to work resources for employers from the World Health Organization, Center for Disease Control, the Canadian Federal Government and each provincial government and provincial health authorities appears at the end of this publication.
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